| State of Incorporation || Nevada (Formerly Ontario, Canada) |
| Business ID || NV20071593686 |
| Entity Number || E0019612007-5 |
| 4 King Street West |
| Toronto, ONT, M5H 1B6 |
| 416-364-9509 |
Share Structure (10/2010)
823 S 6th Street, Suite #100
Las Vegas, NV 89101
The RESTEC Mark 10 Windmill (YouTube) is the world's most powerful water pumping windmill, capable of pumping more water from any depth and at any wind speed than any other windmill today. The RESTEC Mark 10 High Performance water pumping windmill can pump water from depths up to 4,000 feet and works with wind speeds as low as 4 mph. It is also the only windmill in the world that can accommodate the use of down-hole pumps up to 12 inches in diameter, thus pumping more volume of water under the same conditions. Conventional farm-type multi-blade water pumping windmills require speeds of 12 mph to operate efficiently. While seemingly low, these speeds occur less than 20% of the time on over 20% of the earth's surface. By contrast, wind speeds of 5 mph occur approximately 90% of the time on over 90% of the Earth's surface.
With the RESTEC Mark 10, it is possible to pump water to sites as far as 10 miles away. Its innovative rotating counterbalanced design enables the pump to offset the weight of both the water and the sucker rods, employing a smoother, more powerful stroke. The RESTEC Windmill can pump other fluids such as crude oil and with additional hardware can desalinate and purify water, heat water, and generate 12 volt DC electricity. The RESTEC's conceptual design was initially conceived in 1990 - and after 27 years later and millions in research, these windmills are peerless in this industry. It's easily assembled in any situation with simple tools by entry level skilled workers.
Tested Technology (Independently verified)
The Government of the State of Michoacan, Mexico
There are 215 countries in the UN Atlas with a population in excess of 1 billion. Each country has a minimum conservative potential need for 25,000 windmills - representing a potential market for millions of RESTEC Windmills. (Namely: Africa, Australia, Caribbean Nations, India and Mexico)